While addressing the press on the interventions put in place to control illegalities in the festive season, the Deputy RDC in charge of Entebbe Noor Njuki said the security committee in Entebbe had engaged the Magistrates in the area to ensure that those arrested in illegal activities be remanded immediately to Kigo Prison as investigations continue.
Agimo was rushed to Kawempe National Referral Hospital on November 29th while in labor after medics at Kitebi Health Center IV failed to handle her on grounds that her unborn baby seemed too weak to be delivered normally. The deceased’s friend, Angella Aigo, says when they arrived at Kawempe National Referral Hospital, doctors said that she was able to deliver normally and asked that they give it time for labor to progress.
William Ejoi from Makindye Kizungu zone, a diploma holder in Education was turned away for having a scar. He sustained a scar in 2016 during a motor accident. Asked what his plans are going forward, Ejoi said he has none.
The Deputy Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson, Luke Owoyesigyire, said Busingye was taken to the police by the security guard and a tenant from the house where he was found wandering without any reason.
Zaina Nakirya, a resident of the area says ghosts have been forcefully engaging her in sexual intercourse for the past two years. She says this has caused her psychological torture and also led to a breakdown of her marriage eight months ago.
Faridah Mayanja Mpiima, the Resident City Commissioner of Kampala also says they have received overwhelming numbers. She however says this is a sign of patriotism because the applicants are qualified and self-motivated people who are seeking to serve their nation.
Judith Tumwekwase, the Ibanda Village LC I Chairperson, says was wakened up by good Samaritans around 2am informing her about the victim who was bleeding profusely. According to Tumwekwase, she immediately mobilized for a Boda boda motorcycle to take the stab victim to hospital.
Jorem Ogwang, an eye witness says the duo collapsed after taking 3 liters of crude waragi. He says the two had boasted that they can take three liters of waragi within 30 minutes. Residents suspect that the three couldn’t have taken alcohol on empty stomachs.
Anthony Amanya, the Commandant of the Marine Police Unit told Uganda Radio Network on Friday morning that those rescued had gone swimming in crowded places after taking alcohol, which undermined their ability to swim.
The Kibaale District Police Commander, David Otabong, identifies the deceased as Juliet Ayesiga, a daughter to Steven Baralekaki and Margret Birungi, both residents of Rwega village in Bubango Sub County. According to Otabong, the teen’s lifeless body was found hanging on a rope on a tree.